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We stayed in Knighton (which is the starting point) and only walked a short way along Glyndwr's way but would have loved to have done more. Despite the showers, the dell at the start of the walk was delightful - rippling tream, benches, a place...More
We took a circular route from Knighton around Garth Hill, which included a section of Glyndwr's Way. We found it a little tricky to get onto the footpath from the town as stuff had changed since the walk guide was written. However, once established on...More
One of the few walks in the UK -apart from Scotland- where one can truly believe that you have left civilization behind!
The scenery is beautiful with rolling hills.
Not too taxing, but plan your stop over's, accommodation not plentiful.
A rewarding walk on the...More
A challenging long distance walk, but although some lovely scenery in parts, there is a lot of tarmac and track. Offas Dyke and Pembrokeshire Coast path both are better. Plenty of hills. Limited places to stay on route, some excellent, some not so.
Loved the walk, but it was a lot tougher than I expected. Over 9 days, only saw two other hikers (who were walking together). Whilst there was the occasional farmer, sheep and cow to say hello to, did cause some concern as whilst generally well...More
Walked from Knighton to Welshpool in 9 days. We managed to do 141 miles by the time we had made our way to a B&B each night. Surprisingly for mid-Wales we only had 2 spells of rain. It is a good testing walk. Although you...More